I go through times when I feel guilty for posting. I post more on slow work days than I do at home. When at home I feel I should be out doing something other than sitting and posting. Exercise for instance...I used to jog and or walk 5 files a day. I'm lucky to get get in 2 miles a week now, if that. When I catch myself wanting to sit and post I generally go play Basketball, Football, Baseball, PS2 or Xbox with my 9 year old son. We sometimes go to the the creek and explore or hunt for fossils. I've been spending more time playing tea party or house with my 3 year old daughter. My 19 year old son is working or going to JC so I usually see him in passing. Sometimes I actually get to see my wife while passing her in the hall. I also have a 77 year old Mom that moved in 3 years ago and she is requiring more and more attention. Our lives have been much busier the last two years. I spend waaaaay too much time on computers doing work. I have a fulltime job but I also have several freelance clients that always need something. To top it all off I am renovating the house every other weekend and hoping to start working on my '69 Mustang project again at some point. That's my excuse.<br><br><br><br>
This is an excellent forum ...if sarcasm is all you are looking for. I pretty much use this forum as a means to find weird things on the net. iRock does a good job at bringing oddities to the table, along with most of the regulars here. If you are looking for Mac talk, probably better to look elsewhere. Technology/Mac posts pretty much get the shaft over here. <br><br>I'm not badmouthing the MM regulars, just explaining why I'm not very active here. Can't expect everyone to have similar interests. <br><br>
I agree somewhat with this...if we only talked about Macs. But we don't. Well, that's what the Lounge is for...talking about anything.<br><br>I'm sure once Tiger is released (hopefully next month) things will heat up hopefully.<br><br>
Now that's how I feel sometimes and I should feel it. I do feel guilty for spending way too much time on here reading stuff that's not that important. I try to catch up at work so that I don't spend that time at home. Instead I would rather be:<br>playing with Dusty<br>spending time with Amy<br>taking photographs<br><br>
You bring up another good point. Seems there isn't any "real" conversation going on here anymore. There are some but not nearly what there used to be.<br><br><br>I guess the outdoors is warming up and people are wanting to get out of the house? I know that once it gets to (and stays!) 55 and above degrees, I'm going to be even less of a presence on here.<br><br>
Lislaz<br>Sooshie<br>Lori<br>Lesh<br>DaddyMac<br>gshocked<br>Trey<br>garyW<br>PointBreak<br>YoYo52<br>Swatcat<br>And the list goes on. People shared photos of vacations. People would visit each other while in town. We'd tell storys, be bored, do laundry and it was fun to read and talk to each other.<br><br><br><br>
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